Margaret's Pall Bearers Feb. 12, 1882 TP, p. e
STJXDAY BXOKKDfG. FEB. 12, 18i. MiPCPrrs PAT.L RRARrTRS. J. II 1 1 Ir f Mwi ew - - The fnneral obsequies of Margaret Hanghery yesterday were not unworthy ef this really great woman. She never bad upon her hand a kid" glove, and she never wore a silk drees, though she earned by hard labor many thousands of dollars. But no woman has been borne .to the tomb within the limits of New Orleans who was more generally respected respected and loved. To say that she was honored by the funeral obsequies would be to belittle her services, and her worth. Bat she was duly honored by mil classes as far as it was possible to recognize the services of so true a woman. woman. The following gentlemen acted as pall - bearers : Got. Samuel D. McEnery. Ex - Gov. Francis T. Nicholls. Mayor Joseph A. Shakspeare. Hon. Thomas J. Bemroes. Mr, William B. Schmidt, of the house of Schmidt dc Ziegler. Mr. Charles Macready, of the firm of ttier,r'HacTeary &. Co. . Mr George Klcholson, of the Pica, yune, representing the preaa of New Or leans. Mr. Michel Maason, President of the 2few Orleans Insurance Association, one ef our most venerable and respected citizens, citizens, representing the French population. population. Mr. Nicholas Burke, of Burke JL Thompson. Mr. Bernard Klotz, Margaret's partner n business. Mr. John G. Devereux - , Vice President Of the Hibernia National Bank. Mr. Charles Taylor Gauche, Margaret's Margaret's favorite godson. ., Chief Justice Bermudez, who had consented consented to art as a pall - bearer, was bliged at the last moment to send his regret. Among the many distinguished friends Of Margaret who were present was Gen. Frederick N. Ogden, of whom she was a great admirer. 1 Two old and valued friends of hers in Attendance were the prominent lawyer, Thomas Gilmore, Esq., and - William J. CaseU. the notary public. In the immense concourse we noticed Gen. Beauregard. Gen. Adolph Meyer, ev. A. J. Witherspoon, and a large number of oihei well - known and prominent prominent citizen. She needs no monument. 8ach a work as she has so well done cannot be appropriately appropriately commemorated by any material evidence of recpect to her ashes.